Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Garden D'Lights 2010

If you looked back in my archives to last December, you would see much the same things as I am posting this year. I guess that means certain things have become traditions. One of those "traditions" is going to Garden D'Lights at the Bellevue Garden Botanic Garden. When you look at these photos, you'll see why. and each year they add something new! We started in the 'fruit and vegetable patch'. (remember, to see more detail, click on the photos)
A rabbit was in the carrot patch.
Then on to the floral gardens.
The arbor.
The 'Pond'.
The 'Border'
Into the tea house garden and the tropical garden.
The stream
The waterfall in the Yao Garden
Glitter in the gift shop.
The gift shop atrium becomes an aquarium!


  1. Good lord, it looks like New Year's Eve with all those spectacular fireworks!!! Absolutely beautiful shots, Linda! Wonder what it looks like by day. lol.

  2. I wasn't following you this time last year, so this is the first time I've seen the Garden D'Lights, Linda. WOW! Double and Triple WOW! And great pictures of it, too. Thanks so much for taking me there...

  3. OH MY GOSH!!!! Linda, those lights are gorgeous! I would love to visit and take a peek in person. When do you begin? so lovley...I can't believe the beauty in the vegetable patch :)

  4. These are beautiful! I may take my granddaughters this year during their visit.

  5. what a gorgeous and inventive light display-would love to see it in person.

  6. These are magical and magnificent! I love the 'garden' and 'vineyard'!!

  7. Gorgeous! Like a fairytale..and your header is cool too!

  8. Holy smoke! This is fantastic. What a sight to see in person, I"m sure. Thank you for letting us see the display via some wonderful photos.

  9. Wow! What a spectacular show of lights.

  10. I am so blown away!!! I love your header photo, too!


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